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U.S. donates lifesaving aircraft to Honduras

The Honduran Air Force now uses U.S.-built aircraft for rescue missions, humanitarian assistance and efforts to disrupt narcotrafficking.
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Maduro’s ex-vice president aided drug dealers, charges say

Former vice president of Venezuela and international drug kingpin Tareck El Aissami has been charged with violating U.S. sanctions.
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10 things that land people in Chinese internment camps [infographic]

Learn some commonplace activities that have put thousands of Uighurs and other Muslim minorities in internment camps in China.
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Police work together to catch human traffickers

Learn how a State Department training program in Budapest helped law enforcement officials in Georgia stop human traffickers.
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OAS Secretary General: Cuba trains torturers in Venezuela

The OAS secretary general and other Maduro regime critics say Venezuela's police have gotten lessons from Cuban advisers on how to torture prisoners.
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Help stop modern-day slavery. Download this poster.

Human trafficking is modern-day slavery, and it happens everywhere — possibly in your neighborhood. Learn what you can do to stop it.
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Together, U.S. and Mexico take down drug traffickers

Learn how the U.S. and Mexico work under the Mérida Initiative to disrupt groups smuggling drugs, people and weapons across their shared border.
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Combating global slavery: A new approach

Governments, businesses, civil society, and activists came together at the United Nations to address the scourge of human trafficking.
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U.S., Latin America join forces to counter gangs

Juvenile justice officials from six countries share their evolving approaches to preventing youth from joining gangs in their countries at a U.S.-hosted conference.